Marian McPartland Piano and Jazz
Marian Talks about her sound Marian McPartland Jam
THE GIRLS IN THE BAND a film by One Step Productions tells the “poignant, untold stories of female jazz and big band instrumentalists and their fascinating, groundbreaking journeys from the late 30′s to the present day.“Review in Variety
Jazz legendary piano wizard Marian McPartland continues to showcase the world’s best musicians on NPR’s longest-running jazz program, Marian McPartland’s Piano Jazz.
When you research a post you sometimes run into another who has already done a job far better than you of detailing and archiving the subject. When you meet such a resource, you have to acknowledge. To learn more about Marian McPartland and piano and the times and history be sure to visit Marian McPartland a Jazz Pianist An overview of a musical career. by Clare Hansson. Excellent!
Here is Marian’s Facebook Page. Ladies and gentlemen that photo behind her is only the most famous Jazz photo in history and she, dear ones, is in it. Here is the photo again from A Great Day in Harlem Here is A bio of the musicians and Marian McPartland.
Her start came in WW II, the big one. My dad was in that war and met my mom there. Marian was in that war and met her husband in England.
Thanks to the film and the people who made it, I, on an island in a far off land once called Tanase, have learned about this lady and now love her work. To blog is to be always on a discovery path. This path led to Marian McPartland’s piano.
We have decided that this is a windmill to battle. This is the first blog of presentations of women musicians. Expect more. We, or I, or whomever this is, thinks we or you, yes you should want more music from more of the ladies in this blog starring women featured in THE GIRLS IN THE BAND. It’s a good page.
Marian’s piano music speaks for itself.
The Girls in the Band Audience Award, Best Documentary Feature – Palm Springs International Film Festival Audience Favourite Feature, Victoria Film Festival Audience Choice Documentary, Omaha Film Festival Produced by Judy Chaikin, Michael Greene, Nancy Kissock. Executive producer, Greene. Co-producer, Hugh M. Hefner. Directed by Judy Chaikin. Written by Chaikin, Edward Osei-Gyimah
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